Hello since I'm very low on money, tho I'm getting 200/100 connection very soon (and I think 100mbps upload should be enough for 50, hopefully 100 players?), I would like to host a minecraft server from my home. I have decent laptop to host it from, my biggest concern is DDOS. I've searched online and I found GRE tunneling. From info I gathered I can order a ddos protected vps, GRE tunnel to my IP address and host server like that. I'm aware of increased ping but I don't think it will be too much (I hope). But I have few questions: 1. Can I use GRE tunnel on OVH VPS classic1? (If not suggest another cheap vps with ddos prot that can) 2. My IP is dynamic, but all my players will be in same timezone, I will reset router every night and I will get new IP, I already set up dynamic IP updated so domain I own gets updated to latest IP, and question is, in GRE tunnel, can I put my domain name instead of my IP since my IP changes? 3. Will I be able to see real IPs from players in my minecraft server? 4. Since my computer that will be hosting will be in LAN netowork, will I have problems connecting to it through VPS? If yes then I can just use LAN IP and it will not interfere with others connected to GRE? 5. If I let 100% trusted players (admins) to not connect through GRE tunnel but instead to my real IP, everything will be fine and they will theoretically get lower ping? 6. If you have any experience with this please say so, and if you have any tutorial to suggest on how to set this up properly (or just point me in right direction about googling). 7. If you are experienced in this and you have done this before, is there any common mistakes/errors that I should be aware of when doing this?